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Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Latest Activity: Feb 4

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How many atheists are Republican?

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According to this survey, approximately 15% of US atheists…Continue

Noted conservative atheist Heather Mac Donald weighs in on illegal immigration

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Article written by Heather Mac Donald, a noted conservative atheist. "For E-Verify to work to its fullest potential, it must be made universal and enforced, so that employers who use it are not put…Continue

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Texas district flips to red after 139 years of being blue

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Comment by Stephen on August 24, 2017 at 10:22am

The Myth of the "Violent Left"

Comment by Stephen on August 22, 2017 at 4:29am

That petition is bloody stupid. Total waste of space.

How typical of the right to do something like this.

Comment by Lauren Ell on August 22, 2017 at 3:56am

Sign the petition to formally recognize Antifa as a terrorist group. 100,000 signatures were needed, there is currently 233k+ signatures and is quickly growing. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/formally-recognize-antifa...

Comment by Lauren Ell on August 2, 2017 at 9:42am

Republican Atheists' President Lauren Ell discusses life in Sweden and mass migration on conservative podcast The Exceptional Conservative Network.

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Comment by Tom Sarbeck on July 9, 2017 at 1:52pm

During that 1974 Republican primary I met many conservatives. They seemed like warm-hearted folk and a few invited me to visit their churches.

For 17 years I'd been a committed agnostic. I thanked them and said something like "I have a different faith." They seemed to understand and no one inquired further.

Fundamentalists had not yet taken over the Party.

Two years later I ended my computer career and moved to San Francisco. I met many liberal folk and they seemed indifferent.

Comment by Tom Sarbeck on July 7, 2017 at 5:29pm

"Some Republicans are mean and some Democrats are dumb."

Is that true?

For "mean" above, write "impatient realists". For "dumb" above "naive idealists".

Some Republicans are impatient realists and some Democrats are naïve idealists. That accounts for the sometimes noisy meanness and the sometimes noisy dumbness.

In the early 1970s, in Phoenix, I was a Republican working for a computer manufacturer. In 1974, hoping to defeat a Republican legislator whose interests were in agriculture, I decided to run.

Before WW2, irrigated agriculture was Arizona’s principal economic activity. The war brought young men there for air force training and companies manufacturing military equipment. Many of the men liked what they saw and after the war returned to raise families. Many companies, attracted by the trained workforce, also stayed and by the 1960s manufacturing had replaced agriculture.

Economic change foreshadows political change and many legislators had agricultural interests, which now included home building on what had been agricultural land. I worked for a computer manufacturer in Florida until a downturn resulted in my going to a Texas company. A downturn there resulted in an offer from the Phoenix branch of the Florida company. I accepted the offer so my wife and I went to Phoenix. We found a house in a district whose voters had sent a scion of an agricultural family to the legislature.

In the primary I won six times as many votes as most first time candidates but half as many as the incumbent. Had I won, a progressive Republican would have replaced a  conservative Republican.

Comment by Lauren Ell on July 4, 2017 at 12:26pm

Happy 4th! Have a good one! 

Comment by Lauren Ell on June 23, 2017 at 3:18pm

Funny thing about Kevin Drum - he reported on a survey back in April that found there are 0 Republican atheists. Republican Atheists wrote him a message to potentially do a follow up report about us but he has yet to respond.

Comment by Lauren Ell on June 23, 2017 at 2:52pm

lol to each their own I guess. I didn't think too much of my first boss who unfriended me on FB when I was 18 because he learned my favorite author is Ayn Rand. That wasn't very nice :( I've dealt with left leaning folk harassing me for my admiration for Rand ever since.

 

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